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May 3, 2017 (JUBA) – President Salva Kiir will tour the country to mobilise the popular support to the national dialogue process which will be an opportunity to reconcile and unite the country.

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South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir arrives in Khartoum on September 3, 2013 (AFP Ashraf Shazly)

According to Daniel Awet Akot, the Presidential Adviser on Military Affairs, President Kiir will be touring the States to enlighten the people about the plans and measures the government was putting in place to end the conflict and economic hardship caused by the war.

“The priority of the government is to stop the war and embark on a path to restoring trust and confidence,” the Presidential advisor told Sudan Tribune.

"We are going to hold a comprehensive National Dialogue where we will announce the transition towards a multi-party democratic state in which everyone will be equal and participate in building the nation’s future," he added.

Akot said the secretariat appointed by the President would invite people to discuss a wide range of reforms.

He stressed that the government was aware of people who opposed the idea because it was declared by President Kiir, dismissing the initiative because it is not inclusive.

While President Kiir sees the dialogue as the only way to reconcile, critics say "the test is how the government will proceed from here and how these words will be translated into action."

"We have heard nice and harsh statements from the time the dialogue was declared, even by those who are pro-government. Some said the ground has to be levelled, these are the fundamental matters for people to speak about and issues that should be covered by the media,” said Joseph Wol Modesto, General Secretary of the communist party of South Sudan.

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  • 4 May 01:36, by john akeen

    Yes Mr. President you’re doing great
    just take care of your peoples and do what you wanna do for them. go around and talk to your people to love each other and to let you do your job and to make relations with other countries around the world and to lift up your people until they see the moon is too closer not too far from the earth, the people that who doesn’t want that national dialogue is>>

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    • 4 May 01:59, by john akeen

      the people that who hate on you, just like when God bless someone with something, haters will hate on you & they’ll do whatever they can’t to take that gift from you, so don’t worry Mr. president nobody will get to you, this haters they talking about dismissing whatever you come up with, but I said no one can stop you, until they give up

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      • 4 May 09:22, by Eastern

        john akeen,

        Please add: Kiir, you ARE ALWAYS RIGHT!

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    • 4 May 09:29, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

      Yes, of course national dialogue should be supported but the reason is that the country is dangerously affected by famine, which it give none implementation for dialogue.
      The National dialogue can go a head when there is no such a famine, therefore it’s can be stared in the grass root level.

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    • 4 May 19:32, by garrak1520

      south Sudanese starving, being mutilated, raped are not part of Kiir’people, is it what you are conveying, SAD. No government has consideration nor respect for Kiir and his government.

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  • 4 May 02:23, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

    What a joke!!

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  • 4 May 03:59, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    "Multi party democratic where everyone is equal"! What will be the diiferent?and to what extent? Was equality not there before at the first place? I need to know more about this multi-partyism.

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  • 4 May 06:25, by Kush Natives

    Yet, those who born to destruct will still oppose to this critical dialogue. Since, they’re not severely affected by the current war, because most of them aren’t in the country, those who sees it as meaningful for the sake of lives saving will go ahead with it. There’s no any other way around to hold South Sudanese hostages because of one person. The dialogue MUST go ahead up to the finish line.

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    • 4 May 08:35, by Don-Don Malith Rual

      Diasporan are the most peace lovers. 99% of them belive that peace n stability is the only way forward whereas 1% of South Sudanese living within doesn’t like peace accord True or False? Let’s go!

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  • 4 May 07:04, by Sunday Junup

    Tik yual kuoth bi Mac de luuk (long bearded man will burn huge fire) Try Nasir (Latjor State), Maiwut (Maiwut State), Waat (Bie State, Akobo (Akobo state) not forgeting Bentiu, Western Nile and Equatorial. Spend a week in one place to show that peace is there just lacking reconciliation

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    • 4 May 07:22, by Kush Natives

      Mr. Sunday Junup,
      Speak English, non of us don’t understand that Greek alpha. Just write in Arabic, if you have a hard time expressing your opinion. What’s up with those states that you just mentioned above? Any plans?

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      • 4 May 09:24, by Eastern

        But Sunday Junup is clear; what’s hindering you from comprehending his comment?

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        • 4 May 09:39, by South South

          Eastern,
          Which president will spend 7 days in each state to confirm to rebels that he control the country? You guys need to come out and accept peace for your own interests and your immediately families interests, come on man!!!!!

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          • 4 May 10:22, by Eastern

            Ya South South,

            Who needs peace the most, Dr Machar that you have sent to a holiday in South Africa or Kiir with the masses trapped under him in Juba, Bor, Wau, Malakal, etc. and the masses displaced as refugees and IPD in UN PoCs? Kiir doesn’t provide anything for the masses; let them decide their future!

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        • 4 May 09:43, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

          Eastern

          you are just a band of wagons.

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          • 4 May 10:17, by Eastern

            Dinka......,

            I am just a band of wagon! Please come here to Aweil (Mading Aweil) to see the reminants of train wagons at Sika Hadid market/police post....

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        • 4 May 21:18, by Kush Natives

          Eastern,
          deal with me in a different forms, he himself will answer me. If you personally knows the language he spoke above, then you can chats on face book with it. We’re here talking on hot issues of peace. No fun here!

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  • 4 May 10:02, by JUNUBDA

    This is the wise idea, because dialogue is the only hope to restore peace to the nation. We should learn from our mistakes and forgive each other and open a new page so that we enjoy the beautiful nature resources in our country.I’m tried of war since 1983 to date, when shall we rest my people.
    By JUNUBDA

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  • 4 May 10:47, by Sunday Junup

    So if he can’t spend 7 days in one place then it mean he will spend two hours in Military barrack and hire it on media that he meet with citizen? what a mess! Dialogue yourself and don’t disturb citizen of your fake dialogue

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  • 4 May 11:26, by Apuorguet

    The Idea of disseminating National dialogue protocols from door to door ( states) is brilliant one Mr. president and that is exactly what had been missing in your administration unlike Garang who inform mass about events that concern his fellow South Sudanese. Iam confident that you not the one who don,t know this but your advisers are the one that robe you with this important tool of collective

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  • 4 May 11:36, by Apuorguet

    decisions. Remeber when you came to Lakes State Rumbek greater lakes by then, you told the masses what ignited 2013 war follow by BAD remark regarding Gen. Matur Chut, you said, "if there is anyone who does not like him here you leave Rumbek" this was very serious statement Mr. president and it had impact from local man up to now in Rumbek. when you come to now western Lakes you say something.

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  • 4 May 11:58, by Garang Akeen Tong

    Sunday Junub, take it or leave it, is upto you, choose one PEACE vs WAR, your Dr. Riak is fighting for position only.

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    • 4 May 13:23, by jubaone

      Garang Akeen,
      The Kiirminal must know, dialogue proceeds ARCISS 2015 and he must be foolish to think the dialogue is a replacement of the ARCISS. He has miserably failed to implement the peace and desperately wants to convene this bogus luakthrash which will also fail. The fool just can’t see beyond the glass of whiskey. Hopeless MTN.

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      • 4 May 13:33, by South South

        Jubaone,

        MTN is the best mobile phone company in Africa, do you mean Dinka is the best tribe in Africa? You are more than Welcome Jubaone to join Dinka. You will enjoy drinking milk, eating beef and fish. Things that good for human being. You will never be back to smell monkey shit again.

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        • 4 May 14:07, by jubaone

          South South,
          I am blessed that I am NOT a jienge. You are born a jienge and just can’t choose to be anything else. Jiengeism is not like joining a club you worthless creature. Just as much as you can’t be an Equatorian. A lizard that soaks itself in water can’t eventually turn into a crocodile. A jienge remains a jienge, an Equatorian an Equatorian. Understand ya shawal al faham?

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      • 4 May 18:12, by Garang Akeen Tong

        Eastern, ACRSS is already implemented fully except Dr. Riak, what ACRSS are you talking about again? Are you fighting for Riak Machar to become president or first vice president? Tell me bro, I am waiting.

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    • 4 May 13:30, by jubaone

      Garang Akeen,
      Who is interested in this jienge peace? Only jienges. The war must and will continue to the bitter end. The jienges believe in a military solution so let’s go for it. Should they fail to wipe out non-jienges, then God forbid. We’re happy now our differences are irreconcilable and war will continue till the SS breaks up.

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      • 4 May 13:35, by South South

        Jubone,

        South Sudan will never break up. Real men are ruling it. Enjoy.

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        • 4 May 14:13, by jubaone

          South South,
          Real men? If you’re the prototype of those real men, then we want to see if your shit smells different from that of ideal men. As long as you have testicles like the rest (as a naked jienge), then I’m not worried. Does gold chunks come out of a real men’s ass? Or is it ordinary jienge shut? So MTN?

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          • 4 May 16:49, by South South

            Jubaone,

            You will come back to South Sudan with your tail tucks between your legs. You are like a monkey or a porcupine. Is it because you were raised eating monkey meat? I like MTN, the best mobile phone in Africa. I do not want you to die from heart attack as you are fury everyday for something you will never get in South Sudan, power belongs to real people in South Sudan, not monkeys.

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            • 4 May 19:02, by jubaone

              South South,
              I am alt ease as long as jienges can’t do anything. They have no wars in jiengeland and yet their jienges starve and desert their lands for Equatoria, Darfur, Uganda etc. They are inherently docile and pose no serious academic and cultural threat except fighting. Monkeys are thoughtful and intelligent a cow is big and foolish. Which came first: the jienge or the cow? Wow

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            • 4 May 19:12, by jubaone

              South South,
              Honestly, if you scanned the brains of a monkey and that of the jienge, there’s no big difference. The only difference is that the jienge has a primitive language. Otherwise both have no houses, no pants and shit 💩 wildly. Both express their sexual drive by uncontrollably mating as shown by the organized rapings or multiple marriages like Malong. Many jienges don’t know their fathers

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        • 4 May 14:20, by jubaone

          South South,
          Without Equatoria you jienges are just a hopeless lot. You desperately need SS as a license to loot. Great God, SS is just a name and as long as we keep jienges holed up in Juba and not freely drift like b4 I’m at peace. We determine how, when you move out of our towns. Any false move, we wipe you, simple.

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          • 4 May 16:54, by South South

            Jubaone,

            Equatoria, Juba, your village belong to people who live there right now. You are 100000 mile away. If you want to come back, you need to tuck your tail first and then ask for forgiveness, you may get it or you can be denied by real men and send you back to Diaspora, your real home.

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            • 4 May 19:19, by jubaone

              South South,
              Asking for forgiveness from a jienge? Then I rather milk a bird. I don’t need cos I go in and out of SS as I wish. As long as we have flushed all MTN vagabonds and squatters from Equatoria, that is great. I would not need to go to jiengeland as that smells like bullshit and you yourself will remain a fugitive all your jienge life. No mo idling in Equatoria ya mbororo.

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              • 4 May 20:26, by South South

                Jubaone,

                Monkey ugly man, Iam going to sleep. it’s 9:25 pm here where I am. It is 2:25 pm where you are, see you tomorrow monkey.

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                • 4 May 21:07, by jubaone

                  South South,
                  Tailless monkeys from Aweil or Gogrial is that all you can afford. Go back and develop your luak. Who ever taught you to sleep in good houses. Monkeys simply hang onto tree branches. In your luaks there are no houses.

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    • 4 May 14:05, by Sunday Junup

      Dr.Riak is not fighting for position, you needs to be honest. He was the one fighting for Self determination which you are now enjoying. He proposed 21 States which all of you agreed and celebrated but destroyed when a empty minded Kiir came with 28 States which were baseless just on tribal. Now Dr.Riak is fighting for Federalism which you will also enjoy. You Dinka are food lovers.

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      • 4 May 14:31, by Don-Don Malith Rual

        I really do not know what to do with these new social movements! They ’re ethnic nationalist, anarchists,anti-globalization with social media as the principle of communications, I wish they used it for constructive agruement
        .All is about tralism, hatred unpleasant languages, I thought they are well informed or educated.little knowledge is really illness,God forbid.

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        • 4 May 15:04, by Paul Ongee

          This Diaspora Group in Kenya are IO-Riek’s supporters struggling strategically to dress in civil society clothes to fool the government of South Sudan. You can see how they’re calling for what is “re-negotiation or resuscitation of 2015 peace agreement” and worst of all the call for “the return of Riek Machar” who’s addicted to using violence since August 1991, December 2013 & July 2016.

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          • 4 May 15:05, by Paul Ongee

            They themselves did not fight in any front lines before and forgot what Riek and his forces have gone through from Juba to DRC border following the third failed coup attempt in J1 last year. They have no idea how Riek was airlifted to DRC by UN and later to his usual master in Khartoum for treatment. After a few weeks of treatment, Riek organized a conference and “declared war on govt.”

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            • 4 May 15:06, by Paul Ongee

              Instead of calling for peace, he declared war on the government, knowing pretty well that he cannot win any battle, leave alone war since 1991. He cannot even win the top leadership position even if general elections were to be held today, not tomorrow. He was capitalizing on involvement of some ignorant Equatorians whom he gave them fake militarily ranks and promotions for garnering support.

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              • 4 May 15:07, by Paul Ongee

                Riek has every right to return to South Sudan but conditionally. He should first “denounce violence and accept peaceful solution” but not pursuit of military approach. The message was “loud and clear” without any zig-zag. I have no idea why those members of Diaspora group in Kenya or wherever they may be are still kidding themselves that agreement is not getting implemented under Taban.

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                • 4 May 15:08, by Paul Ongee

                  Riek Machar signed bogus Khartoum Peace Agreement in 1997 (KPA -1997) with his master in Khartoum following his defeat in the battle fields in all fronts. Why did Khartoum so far fail to recognize the education of Riek Machar who keeps shifting allegiance at his own disposal, running up and down seeking only top leadership position in the bush and post-independence era?

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                  • 4 May 15:10, by Paul Ongee

                    The arrival of UK troops in Bentiu and or of the regional forces in Juba is not for paving the return of Riek Machar. If they believe so, let’s wait and see. Those forces are bound by the “agreement” and “law of the Republic of South Sudan” because RSS is a sovereign state, not ruled by deployment of UN forces, UK forces or regional forces. Put that in mind.

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                    • 4 May 15:11, by Paul Ongee

                      If those UN forces cannot operate in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria or Somalia, what proves proves that South Sudan must be ruled by UN which RSS is a member? Being under radar is a two-way streets folks. What proves that they are deployed for genuine peace peacekeeping operations but not for transporting weapons to rebels, inciting violence & making babies in UN PoC sites….

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                      • 4 May 15:12, by Paul Ongee

                        ….that resemble Asian peacekeepers? Only time will tell. One of the commentators made good points that UNMISS is a conduit for transporting weapons to rebels when intercepted in Rumbek and the former UN Secretary-General apologized for that. Rape cases surfaced in CAR and reported for the first time in history but nobody knows what happened later to those UN peacekeepers found guilty of rape.

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                        • 4 May 15:13, by Paul Ongee

                          Of some Nuer women in Juba here in UN PoC sites nobody or UN agencies want to hear or get those Asian-South Sudanese babies reported by the media but continue blaming government as if UN peacekeepers have been clean since 1945. In addition, UN and its Agencies are operating under false impression that they’re providing humanitarian assistance while in reality doing something different.

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                          • 4 May 15:17, by Paul Ongee

                            The repeated attempts to impose Riek Machar on the SPLM/A during struggle has failed since 1991. Riek failed three (3) times in August 1991, December 2013 & July 2016. The problem is Riek got used to being forgiven & rewarded with a position. In which military world where VP would often come to meet his boss with a large number of bodyguards deployed & stood defiantly facing J1 guards?

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                            • 4 May 15:18, by Paul Ongee

                              If it was not something planned in Ethiopia before his arrival to Juba, Riek’s bodyguards would have not acted defiantly to face the wrath of J1 which they will never forget in their life. The western media continued with their lie that it was not coup attempt. Then what? Why would he (Riek Machar) be killed by his boss who held Riek’s hand like a lost sheep and put him in his anti-bullet car…..

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                              • 4 May 15:21, by Paul Ongee

                                …..to go to his house right after giving press statement dat everybody (President, Riek & Wani) was safe? Now, does anybody see this? James Gatdet who acts as Riek’s spokesperson, professional liar & propaganda machine in Nairobi was de one who blew the whistle in the Face Book dat Riek was under arrest in J1 such dat those deployed forces of Riek could defiantly start launching attack on J1

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              • 4 May 21:25, by jubaone

                Paul Ongee,
                You use of an Equatorian pseudo name doesn’t make you any Equatorians as much as you would wish. As a jienge, I excuse you cos we Equatorians are by all accounts the brain child of SS. You are cos we are. Equatoria with it’s intelligence and culture has given you the warmth your jiengesluaks don’t. Tested yourself with Equatorian smart brains? No. Your simply a nut.

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  • 4 May 16:03, by The Rhino

    Really?
    What kind of jiengeic logic is that?-"mobilize people,restore trust and confidence".Do you apes really think you can shoot,loot,torture,murder and chase innocent civilians out of their homes and at the same time expect them to listen to your jieng-crape?Are you serious?Who do you want to mobilize and talk to?I don’t want to sound sarcastic but this is a "chronic manic jiengeic moronia"...

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    • 4 May 16:14, by The Rhino

      ..a long term moronic delusional state of jiengeism—and mr.South Sudan or South South aka the fork-teethed "charcoal face" knows this symptom very well.
      A genuine national dialogue will only succeed if Kiirminal Kiir as leader of this country means it and,
      1)-apologizes to traumatized South Sudanese in all POC sites in and outside the country,2)-refrains himself from this evil gang the JCE,...

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      • 4 May 16:24, by The Rhino

        ..3)-denounces violence as a tool to remain in power,4)-embraces professionalism and diversity in the government,5)-aspires for peace with his arch enemies not those like Taban Deng Gai the conspirator,6)-stops pursuing dinkanization and jiengeism by plundering states resources.So,a national dialogue is a process which will take years,needs peace and discipline.It requires steadiness and firm...

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        • 4 May 16:31, by The Rhino

          ..vigilance on forgiveness and reconciliation.Not flip-flopping—today you say this,tomorrow you say that—kill,loot,rape and constantly terrorizing your own citizens.

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      • 4 May 16:39, by South South

        Mentally retarded man called The Rhino is repeating himself again. Kiir is your president for another 20, 30, 40, 50 years to come and when he leaves another hawk will replace him and then another hawk forever.

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        • 4 May 17:49, by The Rhino

          Charcoal face,aka South Sudan—Kiirminal was never elected as legitimate president of the republic of South Sudan.People voted only for the cessation of this country from north Sudan ya shawal faham,do you even know the difference?Please pull your ugly face off the cow dung and sort things out,bastard!

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  • 4 May 16:39, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    Mr Paul Ongee🤔Evaluating political system is the difficult thing bec03 each indicator embodies complexity. You really tried in taking your precious time to speak your mind,someone once said" If they are said, People hits you for no reason and
    If you leave them,they will spoil us"the truth is that let’s those who got ears hear them.

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  • 4 May 16:47, by Fair Man

    Paul Ongee
    Stop being naive. You should be asking yourselves at JCE why people join Dr>Riek M. Be careful without words of denying resuscitation of 2015 agreement. Remember sovereignty is lost globally when a state fails to protect its citizens, 100% rely on foot donations to feed it citizens. You should know that once the world get fade up with you, your neighboring states becomes training fields

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  • 4 May 16:51, by Fair Man

    ...Paul Ongee
    for insurgencies. Weapons and all warefare materials can be shipped to rebels in the watchful eye of the neigboring states. That’s the longest run but a short term is imposition of NO FLY zone and NATO and allies take over temporarily and install any South Sudanese. Be looking for a place to go now as you deny reinstatement of peace. When things get out of hand globally, you’ll see.

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  • 4 May 19:53, by garrak1520

    on Wednesday, South Sudan’s Information Minister,said "the government will not revive the signed peace deal, adding that those who are still calling for the resuscitation of the peace agreement must stop". This is the end for any attempt to peace. Kiir,Taban, be prepared to evacuate Juba, the caring world peace force will dethrone you very soon.

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    • 4 May 20:07, by Paul Ongee

      Ya Fairman,

      Believe me or not. Riek Machar will never be the President of South Sudan at any cost. Period. He tried and failed miserably. Do you think you know Riek Machar’s mentality more than me? I told you that the very NATO that cannot impose no fly zone in Ukraine or Syria can do it here in South Sudan such that you or Riek will automatically become the President of RSS?

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      • 4 May 20:15, by Paul Ongee

        Did you fight before and see how the fire power works or because you already failed miserably over the last three years (2013-2017) but are trying to sound that you’re militarily powerful by words? Show me now, or over the next six months as you’re lying to the world. I don’t believe your internet lies and propaganda. Do you know that NATO has come, lost and left you barking like a stray dog?

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        • 4 May 20:22, by Paul Ongee

          What military rank did your Riek Machar give you for getting employed after he becomes the imaginary president of the RSS? He joined SPLM/A in the 1980s for position only and defected to his master in Khartoum seeking position. But came back in 2002 for forgiveness and reinstatement into his position. He failed in 2013 & 2016 to get that position at any cost but found himself could not walk anymor

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          • 4 May 20:27, by Paul Ongee

            ...could not walk anymore to cross the RSS-DRC border until UN stepped in for rescue. UN sent the stray dog to his master to Khartoum for treatment before his right eye failed him not only because of cancer but also because he killed many people in Bor in 1991 and again in 2013 and 2014 in Bor again, Malakal and Bentiu before August peace 0f 2015 was signed.

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            • 4 May 20:38, by Paul Ongee

              I believe you are suffering from Dinkaphobia as if IO-Riek cannot form Nuer Council of Elders (NCE) to counter JCE which you don’t like to hear because it makes your heart skips. I hope you will hang or kill yourself if your NATO fails to impose no-fly zone in RSS. Did this senseless war of Riek Machar for positions reach to the extent of involving NATO to impose no-fly zone in RSS? No.

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      • 4 May 21:18, by jubaone

        Paul Ongee,
        A jienge beneficiary of this rotten system of course dreads the return of Riak as we will bring about fundamental reforms. Jienge anarchists and chaos folk have never had any organize culture as seen by the chaos in jiengeland. Paul Ongee, just as much you wanna be an Equatorian, you will remain that urban savage. Riak has a PhD, you Not. Perhaps a JCE bootlicker?

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  • 4 May 21:27, by Kush Natives

    Jubaone, Eastern, Fairman, Midiit and alike. What’s really so noisy about JCE here? JCE was not formed by God, rather then human-being, why not go for and forms your own entity that will entitle your tribes, if that’s what traumatizing you folks. Most of us are getting tired your non words Dinka in ever media. Even a post that mentioned Dinka name, you become like dehumanized by this tribe.

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